Mediation is a cooperative alternative to the adversarial litigation process. It honors the needs of both parties and fosters constructive dialogue, greater control of outcomes, and more amicable feelings. This makes mediation particularly well-suited to resolving family law disputes between spouses, domestic partners, and parents. In mediation, each party commits to negotiate honestly and in good faith with a qualified third party, the mediator, facilitating compromise.
Thanks for your thoughtful approach with me in determining if mediation would be a good fit. Your forthrightness and open-heartedness were a comfort to me during what has been a challenging and sometimes fraught process. Thank you for who you are on this planet – helping people in a foreign and difficult space with care.”